IPFW hosts LEGO robot gaming event

The robot games are run like a sporting event with referees scoring the matches, teams creating an identity with catchy names and shirts, and vying to earn the best robot score they can from the judges.

Turkeys cause power outages in Oregon town

Wild turkeys flying into Pacific Power Lines have been responsible for four morning outages in the last month, each time cutting off power for more than 1,600 residents and businesses.

Tattoo parlor offers free tattoos

Owner of Ink Up Angel Rodriquez said he was excited to give back to the community this holiday season and that each tattoo had a $50 value.

Two-vehicle crash sends 4 adults, 1 baby to hospital

The driver of one of the vehicles involved in a two-vehicle crash in DeKalb County on Friday evening suffered fractures to her pelvis. The passenger of the vehicle suffered head contusions, and a two-month-old baby in vehicle suffered a laceration to the head.

US is sending 200 more troops to Syria to battle IS

The extra troops will include special operations forces and are in addition to 300 U.S. troops already authorized for the effort to recruit, organize, train and advise local Syrian forces to combat IS.

Rash of robbery attempts continues

A man left empty-handed after attempting an armed robbery at the Phillips 66 station on S. Calhoun Street early Saturday. As of 10 a.m. the FWPD has not said whether or not the suspect has been found.

4 more Zika cases, likely homegrown, found in Texas

The four people who were later diagnosed reported becoming ill between Nov. 29 and Dec. 1. Health officials believe they acquired the infections in the area before mosquito control efforts intensified following the initial case.